First Friday, Mr. Meeble, Old School Jams, Common Wall Media's Christmas Party, and Other Events This Weekend
|Mr. Meeble is scheduled to perform on Friday at Cityscape.|
Thing is, the hottest party is gonna be happening a few miles away at Cityscape. A slew of local band will be performing at the real estate development's First Friday affair, including Broken Poets, Buskin Cuffs, and Factories (formerly known as Underwater Getdown). The main attraction of the night will arguably Mr. Meeble, as the experimental electro-rock trio will be presenting their first performance in more than a year.
There's plenty of other activity taking place both at the Cityscape party and during nine other event's we've selected for this week's edition of 10 Things. To get the full rundown, however, y'all will have to hit the link below.
Reckless Kelly at Rhythm Room (Thursday):
"Not quite the Dropkick Murphy-style fiddle jockeys their name vaguely depicts, Reckless Kelly has been making twangy alt-country roots-rock since they formed in Bend, Oregon, in the mid-'90s..." (read more) 7 p.m., $10-$13. (1019 E. Indian School Rd.) -- Craig Outhier
The Hump at Revolver Lounge (Thursday):
Throwback jams reign supreme at this old-school hip-hop night at the stylishly swank Old Town spot. DJs Lindsey and Myles will be spinning up plenty of New Jack Swing, as well as hip-hop hits from 1988 until 1998 every Thursday. 9 p.m., $8. (7416 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale)
First Friday at Cityscape (Friday):
Besides the aforementioned bands, DJs Jared Alan, Epidemic, and Hartbreaks will be performing al fresco at the outdoor event. Art displays, a beer garden, and a raffle for an iPad will also happen. Plus we hear there's gonna be an after-hours party going on at Bar Smith. 6 p.m., free. (1 E. Washington St.)
Fayuca at Martini Ranch (Friday):
Local punk band Fayuca is currently working on a new album, so you'll be able to catch some of the group's new tunes at this show, where they'll be supported by fellow local group The Wiley One..." (read more) 8 p.m., $5. (7295 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale) -- Nicki Escudero
Phoenix Chorale at Trinity Cathedral (Friday):
The Grammy-winning vocal ensemble will present a free rehersal open to the public during the monthly First Friday artwalk, 6:30 p.m. (100 W. Roosevelt St.)